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Correct illegal connections to sanitary sewer with assistance from Preventative Plumbing Program

September 17, 2018 - If you have a basement, it's at risk of flooding and sewer back-ups – even if it's never flooded before. This fall, Utilities Kingston reminds property owners to...

Statistics Canada calls to survey effectiveness of anti-discrimination programs

September 17, 2018 - Residents may receive a phone call from Statistics Canada this week as it conducts a survey to measure the effectiveness of anti-discrimination programs aimed at making...

City waste and bylaw staff hit the streets to help University District residents

September 12, 2018 - City staff members from solid waste services and bylaw enforcement are coming to select streets in the University District evenings this month to help residents learn...

EarlyON offers free drop-in programs for children up to six years-old

September 12, 2018 - Parents and caregivers of children up to six years-old: EarlyON Child and Family Centres in Kingston and Frontenac County offer free drop-in programs for you and your...

City seeks nominees for 2018 Celebrating Accessibility Awards

September 10, 2018 - Know a person or organization making Kingston more accessible for all residents?  The City and the municipal accessibility advisory committee (MAAC) are now...

"What is the city but the people?"

– William Shakespeare